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This episode was dedicated to Mary Kay Bergman and aired the week that she died.
Starvin' Marvin has several family members, they are: David, his father, Joshua, his brother, and his younger brother, Click Click Derk.
When the CIA come for the four boys, Cartman claims Kyle "went number two in the urinal". Going "number two" in a urinal is later a major part of the plot for the Season Ten episode, "Mystery of the Urinal Deuce".
The language the Ethiopians speak is closer to the tribal people of Southern Africa.
At the beginning of the episode Mr. Garrison calls the Hare Krishna's "totally gay". This sect of Hinduism was founded in 1966 by A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada in New York City.
The first time Marvin and the boys are in the wormhole (that teleports them to Marklar), there is a shot of all five of them in the cockpit yelling from the intense speed the ship is traveling (with a strange "ripple" visual effect covering the screen, to indicate they are in the wormhole). The second time the ship goes through the wormhole, Kenny was left back on Earth and is not on the ship. Yet, exactly the same clip from before is shown with all five of them in the cockpit, including Kenny.
The red button that played the theme music for the rocket ship was also the same one that transported them into the wormhole.
The spaceship's windshield is light blue. But in one brief shot, it turned red.
When the boys are talking to Sally Struthers through the video screen, her crew appear to be Marklar from behind and then humans in green uniforms from the front.